In the last year and a half we managed pretty well with the kitchen staff at least the head cook with helping my daughter eat at school since she was diagnosed with wheat allergy. I supplied a number of things and the head cook worked around things like dessert by allowing her to have something like sherbert when they had cookies, cakes, churros, ect.
They have a new cook who feels it is unfair to everyone else to make accomodations for my daughter and won't even heat up her food in the kitchen because she's not getting paid to do that. The school secretary who has known dd for her whole life and seen her go through a very long list of food allergies is willing to let her use her microwave and fridge so we don't have to worry about everyone else.
I find it amazing that dd has to make accomidations for everyone else but no one has to care about her. This is a very tiny school district with only a couple of hundred kids in the whole district. Many of which at the high school level where dd is this year go out to the local restaurants to eat anyway. Do any of you deal with this issue and how do you handle it at the school level.
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